Little Green Alien Mochi Dumplings
Be sure not to miss the little green alien mochi dumplings that are unique to Tokyo Disney. If you have never heard of mochi, it is a Japanese rice cake that is pounded into a paste and molded into shape. Each dumpling has a different flavored filling, which is typically custard, chocolate, or strawberry. You can also buy a matching souvenir container at New York Deli in Tokyo Disney Sea.
Minnie Mouse Bun
Only found at Tokyo Disneyland is this cute and delicious steamed bun. This Minnie Mouse shaped bun is filled with mouth-watering strawberry milk cream. If you are a strawberry fan, then this is a must.
Sweet Duffy Desserts
Duffy the Disney Bear is the star of Tokyo Disney Sea and his adorable fluffy presence is reflected everywhere in the park. Head over to Cape Cod and order the latest seasonal Duffy dessert, which comes with a souvenir plate or cup. You will usually find two everyday offerings on the menu and then the seasonal plate and cup desserts. For around $8 US (depending on current exchange rate), these are some of the best deals in the park as you get a quality dessert and a souvenir to take home.
Pizza Spring Roll
Who does not love pizza without all the mess? These delicious spring rolls filled with mozzarella and pizza sauce are too good to pass up. As an added bonus the packaging not only keeps your hands from getting covered in cheese, it looks adorable too. Find these over in Toontown in Tokyo Disneyland.
Popular breakfast items like Mickey-shaped waffles are available at Tokyo Disneyland. The waffle shop is small, so expect a line, even on non-peak days. The menu is also small, but each waffle is delicious. The everyday offerings include maple syrup, chocolate sauce, and a strawberry and custard flavor. Look for the seasonal waffle, which may feature flavors like apple with caramel ice cream or red bean with green tea ice cream.
Mike Wazowski Melon Bread
Fans of Pixar’s Monsters, Inc. and Monsters University movies will not want to miss trying the Mike Wazowski melon bread at Tokyo Disneyland. Melon bread, more commonly called melonpan, is a traditional sweet bun found In Japan. It is slightly sweet, but not ridiculously sweet, which makes it perfect for a quick snack, perhaps while waiting for a parade to start.
Other options include a wide variety of Mickey-shaped breads and pastries. These are great to purchase and take back to your hotel for a quick breakfast in the morning before heading back into the parks.